Late spring works for Christ­mas film

Winnipeg Free Press - Section G - - ENTERTAINMENT -

IF Win­nipeg’s en­dur­ing win­ter con­di­tions have an upside, it is that it’s pos­si­ble to shoot a Christ­mas movie here in April. Sure enough, a TV movie ti­tled One Christ­mas Eve is shoot­ing in town with Anne Heche play­ing a newly di­vorced mom hav­ing some un­ex­pected ad­ven­tures the night be­fore Christ­mas. The film, a pro­duc­tion of Hall­mark Hall of Fame and ABC, is shoot­ing in Cres­cent­wood and is ex­pected to shoot in the city for the next four weeks. Pro­duc­tion will shut down the Wil­liam R. Cle­ment Park­way in Charleswood over the weekend be­tween Roblin Boule­vard (south­bound) and Grant Av­enue (north­bound) to­day and Sun­day be­tween the hours of 6 p.m. and 7 a.m., and Sun­day to Mon­day be­tween the hours of 6 p.m. and 7 a.m. Film­mak­ers will con­duct in­ter­mit­tent pedes­trian con­trol on the north/ south walk­way on the west side of Wil­liam R. Cle­ment Park­way be­tween the pedes­trian bridge and Roblin Boule­vard.

Anne Heche

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